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-meaning, gracious man. he's an educated man as well, a cultured man. c-span: is it hard for a reporter to cover a story or an individual when they don't agree with them and be fair? >> guest: you see, i'm one of these people who doesn't say that objectivity is not within our reach. i think if you're a pro and you're a reporter, you do it. whether you agree with the guy or not is just quite incidental it doesn't count at all really. c-span: what did you leave out of this book? >> guest: what did i leave out? a hundred pages that they made me edit out. it was a hundred pages longer, and you probably want to know what was in those hundred pages. c-span: in about a half of minute. >> guest: oh dear! that's a hard one. i think there was probably a lot more on the release of the pueblo crew, more about covering affairs in europe and in the middle east. there was certainly more about my father that unfortunately i had to cut, and more about the history of new haven and the italian migration and that kind of thing. c-span: what's the next book about? >> guest: i don't know. i think it's going
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